Caleb Kinchlow is a two-time Emmy Award-winning multimedia producer who earned his Master of Arts in Digital Media from Regent University in 2012. He’s also a recently published author whose book, Parents, Kids and Technology: A Parents Guide to Raising Kids in the World of Technology, is a resource to help raise tech-obsessed teens and tweens.
“Technology changes, but principles do not,” Kinchlow insists. “I believe that media is one of the most powerful tools on the planet. In essence, media shapes consciousness and consciousness shapes culture.”
After earning his undergraduate degree, Kinchlow (whose grandfather is the late Ben Kinchlow, a former 700 Club co-host) says he was looking for a graduate program that could hone his skill set in the emerging field of digital media.
“Regent University has a reputation of developing Christian leaders,” he explains. “The School of Communication & the Arts offered a degree that broadened my perspective on the current trends and needs surrounding digital media and teens.”
Kinchlow tells Impact that his Regent education “played an integral role” in developing Parents, Kids and Technology, which teaches parents and grandparents how to keep their children and grandchildren safe in today’s digital world.
“I believe it’s important for believers to be involved in helping to shape mass culture,” he says. “Regent University provides excellent tools and a foundation to truly position their students to be influential in their sphere. The school prepares you not only to be successful in your career but also to be a true leader in your field.”
You can learn more about Parents, Kids and Technology: A Parents Guide to Raising Kids in the World of Technology on his website a calebkinchlow.com. The recently released book is also available through several online retailers.